Month: October 2017
A Silver Lining to Hurricane Season
As most any Granny or Tanti throughout our islands would surely confirm, you can always expect a bit of a baby boom nine months after a hurricane hits.
Here’s How You (Yes You!) Can Design The Next Haiti National Palace
In the course of exploring downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, one particular landmark really stands out: The National Palace... Or at least what's left of it.
Soufriere, Dominica Before The Storm
There's something wrong with this picture of Soufriere, the seaside town in southern Dominica. Anyone who's ever visited would spot the problem instantly.
Calm Before the Chaos of Hurricane Irma in the Dominican Republic
Hurricane Irma was a day or so away; Hurricane Maria, just a few weeks beyond that. The lives of so many of our loved ones would soon be forever changed.